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[GUIDE] Enter Room Wired

enter room wired

Do you want users to enter a room from a different area without having to buy Builders Club? It’s extremely simple and is really good for events, or for Agencies when you’re trying to get people into the security area quickly.

You will need…

WIRED Trigger: User Enters Room x1
WIRED Effect: Teleport To Furni x1
Wired Effect: Show Message x1 (Optional)

Step 1: Decide on the entrance

Firstly, you need to open your Wired Effect: Teleport to furni and select the furniture item in your room that you want people to teleport to when they enter. You can select up to 5 different furniture, but you can only select one if you wish.


Step 2: Who to teleport?

Now you need to decide on who you want to be teleported. You may want to play a practical joke on your friend, and to do that you can name a specific user in so only they get teleported to the area, or you could set it so only you get teleported to a certain area. The latter may be useful if you always want get taken to your events host area.
However, for the purpose of this tutorial, I will select “Any users”, which will teleport everyone who enters the room to the area you selected in Step 1.


Step 3: Add a message! (Optional)

If you’d like to add something a little extra to your WIRED, you can also add a specific message that will appear to those who enter your room. All you need to add to the stack is a Wired Effect: Show Message and write in your desired message.

 

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